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Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 2:00pm EST
. pasquali, $9 billion in assets under management. when we come back, the c.e.o. of realtime marketing platform called shift. some of the clients include verizon,express, unilever, wal-mart. list. long find out what they want most from the c.e.o., with us next. >> imagine the possibilities. good advice for and a half gating through life directly investing and the very essence of options trading. brokers.ve i tell you a practical way of thinking about options without complicateds mathematics. a few of the clients on a platform called shift. borrow with me. shift is a realtime marketing platform. brands,ave ad agencies, vendors, all working together. and the idea here, to execute time.in real so how are you changing the way that all of these groups work together? >> so with shift we're building software that allows all of these stakeholders to work together. differents really because it's a cross-organization -- it's across organizations. tyingcial is about together the content and the media buyers. iswhat we're doing facilitating those connections and sharing data across these organizat
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 2:00pm EST
of an ally startup that provides real-time market analysis for advertisers. the company is called shift and is quickly becoming a leader in social advertising, functioning and in the, meantime, it is almost 56 minutes past the hour. time for on the market. me now, she has everything you need to know. have this decline in stocks and they are deepening as a get into the afternoon. fors the fifth down session the index here. better than estimated economic data this morning with investors trying to figure out when tapering is coming. report,s time for the tickerder financial trading lower. the volker rule is ready for prime time. federal regulators are barring banks from proprietary trading. and how much latitude will wall street get. peter cook is on capitol hill with the answer. it will be tougher than wall street thought? >> that is the message we are getting today. pretty much from federal regulators, they say that from beentart, the banks have fighting this idea of the volcker role. and also because of the other rules where they act as market and sellinging securities with their own cu
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